In Need of Pictures
Posted 28 July 2018 - 09:15 AM
I will, of course, credit you for your work and you'll be doing me a massive favour. Plus, more of the internet will get to see your expert chilli growing. So, what do you say? Can anyone help me out with the following?
Leaf, flower, stem intersection (showing flowers per node) and fruit of:
-A typical, non-super, chinense, preferably a Hab or Scotch Bonnet
-A typical annuum, preferably a Bird's Eye but 'Peños would be a decent second best.
-A typical baccatum, preferably an Amarillo or Lemondrop
-A typical fruitescens, of which I'm pretty sure only Tabasco is well known but I'll settle if I have to.
-A typical naga, preferably a Bhut.
-A typical pubescens, preferably an orange or yellow Rocotto, of which I could also use a seed picture.
Thanks in advance for any help,
Coran "Spicefreak" Sloss
Posted 28 July 2018 - 11:41 AM
That's the best leaf pic I have, I guess.
FULL DISCLOSURE: Some of these pics MAY be a Brown Rocoto. It's kinda hard to tell. They're last years' pics.
Edited by Bhuter, 28 July 2018 - 11:45 AM.
Posted 29 July 2018 - 09:54 AM
Unknown yellow pube possibly a cross but it's a pic showing seeds
Dense pods. the pod is not very big about the size of a large Jalapeno but much more dense and juicy
indoor pube flowers
Fish tacos with a fresh orange manzano showing seeds
Pineapple Rocoto on left, Ecuadorian sweet Rocoto on right small yellow BBG7 in the middle
Ecuadorian sweet Rocoto flower
Pineapple Rocoto with standard size big lighter for size reference
Pineapple Rocoto pods next to US dime 1.8cm coin, i think
Rocotos about to be turned into sauce
Manzanos next to a US quarter which is a 2.426 cm coin, i think
Capsicum pubescens x Capsicum cardenasii F2 not my cross, I wish i had a C cardenasii or even just pollen from one.
i'm sure i can find lots more pics, and not just pubes.
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